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Cisco 2600 not prompted for "Would you like to enter the initial configuration dialog?"

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Hi

I need to change the settings I entered for the initial configuration, and read to use (control-break) during reboot, and then follow certain steps.

Control-Break does not seem to work while the router is booting.  I have tried other key combinations, with no success.
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I also read that Break might be disabled.  I have a 2600 series router
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by:Rick Hobbs
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Resetting the password and setting for inittial config is done in a similar manner. Look at: http://www.cisco.com/warp/public/474/pswdrec_2600.shtml 
Are you accessing throught the console port or telnetting in.  You have to use the console port.  You have to send a break within 60 seconds of power up.  You can try it with Hyperterminal, but I have better luck with a decent teminal program.  Winterm, SmartTerm, Procomm, etc.
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Also, if you only have Hyperterminal, try ctrl-c, ctrl-d, ctrl-q. Sometimes ctrl-c doesn't work.
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I saw that the break must be sent within 60 seconds by pressing Ctrl + Break.  Nothing happens though.  I tried pressing just break, which ends in the same results.  I know how to access the configuration menu, but do want to know how to enable Break.
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I did try Ctrl+C, with the same results.
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Ctrl+D and Ctrl+Q didn't work either.
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You are on the Console port and using Hyperterminal?
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yes
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Ok, I figured out how to clear the settings I entered, but still cannot Enable BREAK.
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Look here.  It tells you how to enable and disable break among other things.

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/hw/routers/ps259/products_installation_guide_chapter09186a008007e02e.html
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